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141. Men of Affairs in Greater Kansas City, 1912 Men of Affairs in Greater Kansas City, 1912 1912 Photo and bio of John Crowe, "president of the J. R. Crowe Coal and Mining Company," born in Ohio in 1858 and moving to Kansas City in 1898 after establishing his company in Weir City, Kansas.

142. Men Who Are Making Kansas City: A Biographical Dictionary Men Who Are Making Kansas City: A Biographical Dictionary 1902 Photo and bio of William Bingham Clarke, born in Cleveland, Ohio, in 1848, moving to Kansas as a banker until 1886 and becoming president of the Merchants' National Bank, then becoming president of the...

143. Men Who Are Making Kansas City: A Biographical Dictionary Men Who Are Making Kansas City: A Biographical Dictionary 1902 Photo and bio of Samuel Theodore Fulton, or Samuel Fulton, general manager of the J. R. Crowe Coal and Mining Company, born in Topeka in 1866 and coming to Kansas City in 1891.

144. Men Who Are Making Kansas City: A Biographical Dictionary Men Who Are Making Kansas City: A Biographical Dictionary 1902 Photo and bio of Frank Phillips, a Kansas City mining executive and former street railway conductor and Missouri state representative, "born near Independence, Missouri, May 2, 1862."

145. Meyer Circle Fountain Meyer Circle Fountain Postcard of the fountain in Meyer Circle on Ward Parkway

146. Milestones of Progress--1911-1950 Milestones of Progress--1911-1950 1950 Chronologic history of the coal mining company, starting in 1911.

147. Mine LaMotte [sic], Oldest Lead Mine in America Mine LaMotte [sic], Oldest Lead Mine in America August//1911 Article about Mine La Motte, supposedly the oldest lead mine in the nation, located in the eastern Missouri Ozarks and named "from La Motte Cordillac," found by the Frenchman being mined in 1713. History...

148. Mineral Hall at KCAI Mineral Hall at KCAI November 22, 2009 Short article about Mineral Hall (4340 Oak St.) and its ornate front entrance, billed as "the most photographed door in Kansas City." Mineral Hall was built in 1903 by architect Louis Curtiss. It was originally...

149. Mineralogy--The Mineral Region of South-West Missouri and South-East Kansas Mineralogy--The Mineral Region of South-West Missouri and South-East Kansas September//1877 Article about the geology and mineral resources of southwest Missouri and southeast Kansas, with a county-by-county inventory, illustrations, and explanation of the area's historical geology and rock types....

150. Mines Versus "Mines" [and] A Chance to Make Dollars out of Five Cent Pieces Mines Versus "Mines" [and] A Chance to Make Dollars out of Five Cent Pieces March/6/1909 Large ads for Roland Bruner's mining investments in Arizona, Colorado, and Nevada, through his business office of R. E. Bruner Company at 812 Grand Avenue.

151. Mining for More Minorities Mining for More Minorities August 22, 2005 Article discusses how area colleges have intensified efforts to recuirt more Hispanics and African-Americans. Includes chart of Enrollment Gains for University of Kansas; University of Missouri-Columbia;...

152. Mining History For Art: The Story of Wayne Wildcat's ''Solidarity'' Mining History For Art: The Story of Wayne Wildcat's ''Solidarity'' Winter 2004 Story of the "Amazon Army", the wives, mothers, sisters, and daughters of striking coal miners in southeast Kansas in the 1920s. The show of force was in defiance of a new Kansas law that outlawed the...

153. Mining Notes--The Silver Mines of Southeast Missouri Mining Notes--The Silver Mines of Southeast Missouri July//1879 Report about the discovery of a new major vein of silver at Silver Mountain in southeast Missouri, "from the lower part of St. Francois county through Madison, Wayne and Reynolds counties," describing...

154. Mining the Potential of Underground Space Mining the Potential of Underground Space April 1979 Description of limestone mines down to 160 feet designed to serve as an underground home to over 100 offices in 15 different locations.

155. Missour Geology Missour Geology

156. Missouri--Geology Missouri--Geology File containing at least one article about Herculaneum, regarding the origin of its name. Founded in 1808 as a lead mining town, discovery of mine edges in the limestone "as to resemble seats in the amphitheater...

157. Missouri Coal Breaks Production Record Missouri Coal Breaks Production Record March//1933 Article about the "year of achievement in [the] Missouri coal industry. .. while general business languishes," thanks to a record-breaking production year amounting to over 4 million tons of coal mined...

158. Missouri Coal Closes Best Season Missouri Coal Closes Best Season April//1933 Explanation of the impact of the outstanding past coal mining season, as well as overall natural resources being found in Missouri.

159. Missouri Copper Mines Missouri Copper Mines September//1882 History and description of copper mining and refining in Missouri, beginning in 1863 at Sainte Genevieve.

160. Missouri Democracy: A History of the Party and Its Representative Members--Past and Present Missouri Democracy: A History of the Party and Its Representative Members--Past and Present 1935 One paragraph of biography about Armstead Milton Alexander, or Armstead Alexander (1834-1892), "a representative from Missouri," "engaged in gold mining in California in 1849" and lawyer and blacksmith....